Mr. Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, this trio of explorers travel the world to help their new friend.
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The charismatic Sir Lionel Frost considers himself to be the world's foremost investigator of myths and monsters. The trouble is none of his small-minded high-society peers seems to recognize this. Sir Lionel's last chance for acceptance by the adventuring elite rests on traveling to America's Pacific Northwest to prove the existence of a legendary creature. A living remnant of Man's primitive ancestry. The Missing Link.Written by
On the travel map, the northern half of Greece is shown as being part of Turkey. The Turks had been driven out of Greece by 1832, over 50 years before the movie takes place. See more »
Sir Lionel Frost:
He's had many names. Skookum. Ragaru. Tse'Nahaha. Loo Poo. And most commonly known in a muddled derivation of an old Halkomelen dialect as Sasquatch.
That'll never catch on.
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The closing credits are written as notations on various objects that Sir Lionel and Mr. Link use to plan their next adventure. At one point, Mr. Link drags a plate of cookies across the frame and eats one off-screen.
At the end of the credits, Mr. Link finishes off a drawing of him and Sir Lionel smiling next to one another. See more »
The visuals and humor in this movie are spot on. But parents should know that there is some typical cartoon violence and that the storyline might be a little too meaty for younger viewers who might get easily bored. We suggest 7/8yrs. old and up. Don't fear going and watching this with your kids- we think you'll laugh and enjoy it! Check out our review with family discussion questions at DownTheHobbitHoleBlog dot com.
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